several news revealed by Nvidia at Computex 2021, one of them was that ray tracing and DLSS technologies will arrive in selected VR games, such as No Man's Sky (which has virtual reality support), Wrench and Into the Radius.

According to the presentation, No Man's Sky, Hello Games' open world game, will gain DLSS for higher resolutions and performance, ideal for owners of VR glasses with a 90 Hz refresh rate. Into the Radius, a survival shooter, will also get DLSS. Finally, Wrench, a simulator of race car mechanics, will get DLSS and ray tracing support.

The announcement marks the arrival of GeForce RTX features in the world of VR, which demands powerful PCs to run heavy games and, moreover, at high frame rates per second to avoid player discomfort.